List of modern conflicts in North Africa
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- "Modern" is defined as post-WWI period, from 1918 until today.
- "North Africa" definition is approximately overlapping the Arab term `Maghreb`.
- "Conflict" is defined as a separate 100+ casualty incident.
- In all cases conflicts are listed by total deaths, including subconflicts (specified below).
List of conflicts
- Western Desert Campaign - 50,000 casualties.
- Battle of Cape Bon - 900+ casualties.
- Raid on Alexandria (1941) - 8 casualties.
- Action off Cape Bougaroun - 27 killed.
- Mers al-Kbir - 1,299 killed.
- Operation Torch - 1,825 killed.
- Tunisia campaign - ~376,000 killed.
- Western Sahara War - 7,000 Moroccan, Mauritianian and French soldiers killed; 4,000 Polisario killed; 3,000 civilians killed.
- Independence Intifada (Western Sahara) - 1 killed.
- Gdeim Izik protest camp - 18-36 killed.
- 2011 Sahrawi protests - 1 killed.
[c].^ Tuareg rebellion (1990-1995) combined casualties at least 650-1,500:
- Tchin-Tabaradene massacre - 650-1,500 civilians killed.
- Crisis in Egypt
- Tunisian Revolution - 224 killed.
- Libyan crisis
- 2011 Western Saharan protests - 1 killed.
- 2010–2011 Algerian protests - 8 killed.
- 2011 Moroccan protests - 1 killed.
- 2011 Sudanese protests - 1 killed.
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